SimCity receives first user-created mod: a Central Train Station

SimCity Central Station Mod

By on October 8, 2013 at 3:41 pm

Ever since Maxis put the word out about wanting users to create their own modded content for SimCity, modders for SimCity 4 have been understandably bustling away on bringing some of their visions to life in the new game.

The first off the ranks is a mod for a Central Train Station, created by r/SimCity user oppie85. As they note in their announcement post, “This is a proof-of-concept for the idea that we can eventually create custom models of similar quality to the ones we made for SimCity 4.”

“Frankly this one still has a few rough edges, but consider that it’s only the first – as I improve the process of creating buildings further they can only become more detailed and more impressive.”

You can download the mod yourself from here, it’s a reskin of the existing train station, but it’s proof that it can be done.

Source: via PCGamesN

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“SimCity receives first user-created art: a Central Train Station”

There we go, all fixed.

 

next up… offline mode please… oh, and bigger cities

 

Cities dont have trains, or bigger than 4x4km.. what poppycock…

 
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